When does one become ‘senior’ in an organization? Is it when one has 5 years of experience? Or 10, 20, or 30?
There is no right answer. And for good reason. 25-year olds can and do run companies, just as 65-year olds can and do too.
Everybody’s experience levels are different. Just as their skill sets and temperaments are.
Someone with 30 years of experience might be great in a banking role, but a recent graduate with 2 years of experience may far outweigh that experience in a technology role.
But it is good to treat everyone well, senior or junior. For, today’s reportee could well become tomorrow’s boss.
If someone thinks you are not fit to do a particular job, that is only their opinion. And opinions being free, may come and go. If our mental make-up is not strong, we can quickly feel inadequate.
Forget what others say. No Chairman or Founder or CEO was ever born for or accepted in a role de-facto.
We each have the capability to be anything we want to. As long as we don’t let ourselves stand in the way.
You are who you think you are!
If you don’t value yourself then no one else is going to.
Also there is some key lessons one which I personally believe is a crucial to make so impact. You may share your thoughts on it.
Cheers. Rock on. Share the passion and positive outlook.
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